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Spend Thanksgiving at XV Beacon


Ah, Thanksgiving! It’s that time of year to safely gather with an intimate group of friends or family for the Holiday. Sit back and relax and allow XV Beacon to handle all the cooking, and cleaning while you stay in one of our luxurious suites. Who knows — it may just turn into a holiday tradition, or at least a Thanksgiving you’ll talk about for years to come.

Package Includes

  • Accommodations in our one or two bedrooms suites
  • Thanksgiving lunch or dinner delivered to your suite
  • Early check in- based on availability
  • Guaranteed 2pm late check out
  • Seasonal welcome amenity upon arrival- pastry chef’s selection


Chestnut Soup

candied pecans, ginger crème fraiche, chevril

Misty Knolls Farms Roasted Turkey Breast &Thigh
whipped potatoes, roasted heirloom squash, brussels sprouts, sourdough stuffing, cranberry sauce, giblet gravy.

Special Thanksgiving Day Dinner Menu available in your suite from 11am until 6:00pm. Main In Room dining will be available 7am-9pm.

**Book Now for Stays on Thanksgiving**

Terms and Conditions:

Package must be booked directly with the hotel’s reservations team by phone 617-670-1500 or by email Package based on availability and blackout dates may apply. Promotion not combinable with any other offers.

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